David I. Donaldson

University of Stirling, Mount Vernon, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Episodic memory
"David Donaldson"
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Murray JG, Ouyang G, Donaldson DI. (2019) Compensation of Trial-to-Trial Latency Jitter Reveals the Parietal Retrieval Success Effect to be Both Variable and Thresholded in Older Adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 11: 179
MacLeod CA, Donaldson DI. (2017) Investigating the Functional Utility of the Left Parietal ERP Old/New Effect: Brain Activity Predicts within But Not between Participant Variance in Episodic Recollection. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 580
MacKenzie G, Donaldson DI. (2016) Elements of person knowledge: Episodic recollection helps us to identify people but not to recognize their faces. Neuropsychologia
Murray JG, Howie CA, Donaldson DI. (2015) The Neural Mechanism Underlying Recollection Is Sensitive To The Quality Of Episodic Memory: Event Related Potentials Reveal A Some-Or-None Threshold. Neuroimage
Park JL, Fairweather MM, Donaldson DI. (2015) Making the case for mobile cognition: EEG and sports performance. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 52: 117-30
MacKenzie G, Powell TF, Donaldson DI. (2015) Positive emotion can protect against source memory impairment. Cognition & Emotion. 29: 236-50
MacLeod CA, Donaldson DI. (2014) PRKCA polymorphism changes the neural basis of episodic remembering in healthy individuals. Plos One. 9: e98018
Ortu D, Allan K, Donaldson DI. (2013) Is the N400 effect a neurophysiological index of associative relationships? Neuropsychologia. 51: 1742-8
Harlow IM, Donaldson DI. (2013) Source accuracy data reveal the thresholded nature of human episodic memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 20: 318-25
Skavhaug IM, Wilding EL, Donaldson DI. (2013) Immediate judgments of learning predict subsequent recollection: evidence from event-related potentials. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 39: 159-66
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